Roads and bridges that are deficient, congested or lack desirable safety features cost California motorists a total of $53.6 billion annually – more than $2,800 per driver in some urban areas, according to a 2016 report by TRIP, a Washington, D.C. based national transportation organization.
Roads and bridges that are deficient, congested or lack desirable safety features cost California motorists a total of $53.6 billion annually – more than $2,800 per driver in some urban areas, according to a 2016 report by TRIP, a Washington, D.C. based national transportation organization. MARK CROSSE Fresno Bee file
Roads and bridges that are deficient, congested or lack desirable safety features cost California motorists a total of $53.6 billion annually – more than $2,800 per driver in some urban areas, according to a 2016 report by TRIP, a Washington, D.C. based national transportation organization. MARK CROSSE Fresno Bee file

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California’s crumbling roads require bipartisan fix

January 22, 2017 5:30 PM

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